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Diana - 2004-10-27
I have a 35 gallon tank and have a nice Red and white Ryukin who went from the purchase size of medium to a nice 8 inches now!His buddies in the 35 gallon are a calico telescope named Big Eye and a calico pearlscale named Fatso. I also just bought a medium calico ryukin in my twenty gallon high tank, and his/her buddy is a nice all white with orange fins ryukin who is almost full size (6 inches now). I recommed the Ryukin goldfish not only because they are beautiful and peaceful, but they have alot of personality!

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stephen - 2004-10-26
i have 13 shubunkins, 1 plain goldfish, 5 plecostomus, and 1 other sucker fish in a 3x1x1.5ft tank, all in cold water, and they are all very lively.

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Jaramia - 2004-10-24
I just bought a Black moor with a little 2 gal tank and tomorrow im going to buy a 10 gallon tank with about 5 more of them , the one i have now is named ninja :) they are awesome pets!!!!

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Cassidy Jones - 2004-10-22
I have had up to 30 Comet goldfish at a time, and I love them! Contrary to popular belief, they live longer than a week. Ive had my feeder comets for a year, and they are still going strong! I do not believe they are a good beginner fish, because they require a lot of cleaning. they have fast metabolisms, so they are constantly eating and extricating. I have two undergravel filters and one power filter in my ten gallon tank, and that seems to be the minimum to keep the water clear for two weeks. Then I do a partial water change. There are currently ten small comets and shubun comets in there. I do not believe in keeping them in "goldfish bowls" either, unless you are willing to clean them out every other day! That would be hard on the fish, so I dont suggest it. Those of you who keep healthy goldfish, enjoy!

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Elizabeth - 2004-10-16
My black moor is very interesting. He OR she scavenges around for food all the time and eats a lot. Montley cracks me up! We have an angelfish, 2 plicos, an upside down catfish, a glass catfish, another goldfish, and 2 algae eaters. They all do fine together. They have NEVER fought and the tank stays pretty clean since there are 2 golfish eating debris and 2 algae eaters! He is easy to take care of, so I recommend getting a black moor if you want a pretty fish that is easy to take care of.

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Jordan Dangerfield - 2004-10-14
I LOVE TAKING CARE OF MY FANTAIL GOLDFISH! I ALSO LOVE TALKING WITH HER!

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Truong - 2004-10-13
They were the first fish that I kept in this hobby. Yes, they are very hardy and easy to keep. I think they are worth the effort to keep but they should not be kept in a bowl. An aquarium with a filter and airstones is a very nice home for them.

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Rusty Breland - 2004-10-12
I bought my Black Moor about six months ago. His name is Burt and truly is an amazing creature. Sometimes he will swim against the current from the filter. I think he wishes that he was a salmon. He is King of the Mountain in the tank. Everyone should have at least one.

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Tara Hickok - 2004-10-06
I love my BlackMoor. I named him sir poop-alot,cause all he does is eat and poop ALOT!!!

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Madbaz - 2004-10-02
My Daughter was given a Black Moor for her birthday 18 months ago but it out grew the 2 gal hexafun tank, He/She now lives happily in my 120gal tropical tank but has the occasional argument with the plec.

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